Double Doughnuts

With a low of 6ºF and a high of 20ºF (-14ºC and -7ºC respectively) yesterday, Hu-dad had a fire in the fireplace and encouraged us to hang out inside the house as much as we wanted. The older dogs certainly took advantage, but a couple of youngsters insisted on practicing double doughnuts.

And what are double doughnuts, you ask?

two dots in the distance

What exactly are those two dots in the distance?

appear to have ears

Hmmm, those two dots seem to have ears.

reveal Frankie

Wait. One of those double doughnuts has unfolded to reveal Frankie.

going inside?

Is Frankie giving up and going inside?

change of scenery

Nope. Just going for a different sunny spot. Change of scenery and all.

3 Comments

  1. Charlotte Anderson on November 19, 2014 at 9:51 pm

    Nothing like fresh air and a sunshine!

  2. Mom 'n Ice on November 19, 2014 at 12:14 pm

    Mom sez: Oh my, I think that’s the first time in a L-O-N-G time I can remember seeing Ty lying motionless! Does he do that often? Does this mean he may be showing signs of “growing up”, finally? And sweet Frankie, well, what can I say? That is such a nice picture of the two of them out in the Sibe Quentin exercise yard!

  3. Sam on November 19, 2014 at 7:32 am

    That’s very cute!

    Monty and Harlow

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